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Property Tax Rate Rise of 7% Proposed

But Pima County officials say lower valuations will offset bills

18 Indicted in Copper Theft Ring

Thieves took up to $10M from Asarco's Hayden operation

Biden Airplane Stuck in Flagstaff

Engine problem grounds it; VP flew home on other craft

State to Buy Private Prison

Purchase of 500-bed Marana facility will save $850K

AZ Illustrated Science Episode, April 30, 2013

Food Security Roundtable with UA experts, food bank official, and more

Housing Index Puts Phoenix on Top

February figure shows 23% price increase in 1 year

State, Bisbee Meet Minds on Same-Sex Ordinance

Attorney general says he agrees in principle with change in civil unions

Pueblo Teachers

Teacher Firing Made Easier

New law limits notice for low-rated educators; other new laws

Ban on Gun Destruction Now Law

Brewer signs bill aimed at Tucson, other cities that buy back guns

Marana Town Manager, Gilbert Davidson talks about what the new waste water settlement between Tucson and Marana means for the town of Marana.

Marana Secures Water Future

County transfer of waste-water plant ownership means development control

Pima Tech Ed Adapting to Cuts

52% reduction in programs for high school skills classes

WildFire Near Nogales Under Control

Forest Service reports 1 injury; no structures burned

Flake Approval at 32% After Gun Vote

'Most unpopular senator in country,' one poll reports

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, April 29, 2013

'Myth' of vocational education; Pima County JTED; high-tech jobs grow; Star 200

Hollywood at Home: Witness for the Prosecution

A lawyer gets involved in a couple's tangled marital affairs when he defends the husband for the murder of a lonely widow. Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS

Paul Luna,president and CEO of the Helios Education Foundation, discusses the stigma behind career technical training and how getting past that can be the key to success.

Career Tech Ed Moving, But Stigma Remains

'Myth' that it tracks students away from college must change, advocate says

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